With high expectations set by critics and fans alike, Hot Water Music headed into the studio with Bill Stevenson (Rise Against, The Descendants, Nofx) to craft their highly anticipated new album "Exister". The people spoke and demanded a new Hot Water Music album, and with these 13 tracks, the band responded with their best body of work to date, cementing them as the legacy punk band with the most heart and longevity.
Coquelicot Asleep In The Poppies
Shake The Streets
Age Of Adz, The
The Age of Adz, “sounds nothing like the All Delighted EP… [and is not] album built around any conceptual underpinning (no odes to states, astrology, or urban expressways).” The record will feature “an extensive use of electronics (banjos and acoustic guitars give way to drum machines and analog synthesizers), and an obsession with cosmic fantasies (space, heaven, aliens, love), to create an explicit pop-song extravaganza”.